- 7 hours (Approx.)
- Hotel pickup offered
- Mobile ticket
The Tulum-Coba-Cenote tour offers the experience of combining the best sceneries of the Riviera Maya in these archaeological zones, where you will be able to admire beautiful landscapes and enigmatic constructions, adding a fantastic portion in the tour to swim in a fresh water well.
- Professional guide
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Lunch - Buffet lunch
From your hotel lobby or aparment doors. Some hotels and aparments in Playa del Carmen Down Town have a meeting point to pick you up. We`ll provide to you the afternoon before your pick up time and pick up point. Check your email the afternoon before to the tour from 15:00
Same place where you will be pick up in the morning.
In a confortable motor coach, you will be transported south of Quintana Roo state, where this atonishing Walled Mayan City awaits. A Professional Tour Guide, will guide you along the most impressive section of the city, he will explain all about their culture, way of life and their incredible knowledge of arquitecture and designing capabilities, also there, enjoy it's fantastic beach!. We will continue to Coba, an ancient city with huge piramids you still can climb, rent a bicycle to move from one piramid to the other, is so fun!
• Between 6:45 and 7:45 h Pick up from your hotel or meeting point
• 8:45 to 9:15 h Departure from the Excursion Departure Center
• 9:45 h Guided tour of Tulum
• 10:30 h Free Time
• 11:15 h Cenote time, water well
• 13:15 h Lunch time
• 14:15 h Guided tour of Cobá
• 15:15 h Free time
• 17:45 h Return to hotels
Hotel pick-up is offered for this tour. Note: if you are booking within 24 hours of the tour/activity departure time, we cannot guarantee hotel pick-up. Once your purchase is complete, we will send you complete contact information (phone number, email address, etc.) for our local operator to organize pick-up arrangements.
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Children must be accompanied by an adult
- May be operated by a multi-lingual guide
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
It was a blast to climb the Coba pyramid, swim in a fresh mineral water denote, eat lunch and see the ruins of Tulum. We rented a bike in Coba and it was the best decision, because it is quite a hike to get to the pyramid. Very well organized tour, wonderful day.
This trip combines cultural visits to two of Yucatan's finest and most extensive Mayan ruins, a short swim in a small Cenote, an unexpected "off road, safari trip" and a visit to one of the largest souvenir shops on Mexico's Caribbean coast.
We were collected on time from our hotel in Riviera Maya (the tour operator contacted us directly via Whats App so it was easy to liaise with them regarding meet point/time) and taken to a central Meeting point where we had to "check in" and be allocated to one of a number of tours that were being co-ordinated from this site.
Tulum is fascinating and we were split into "English Speaking" and "Spanish Speaking" groups for our escorted tour.
At the end of the tour, we returned to our meeting point - a very large souvenir shop where we had a chance to take photos and pick up presents, ice creams and cold Corona at $1 a bottle. Also in this area was a group of stalls selling local handicrafts, which looked interesting but which we didn't have time to fully explore on this trip.
Our coach returned us to our morning meeting site as this was the location of the Cenote Swim. 25-30 of us boarded a canvas covered army-type truck and bounced off on a 10-15 minute trip down an unmade, heavily pitted dirt track to a small, clear water cenote where we had the chance to swim for around 30 minutes. Whilst it was pretty small, it was clear, cold, filled with fish and very welcome as the mid-day temperature was starting to rise.
We returned to the central meeting point for the included buffet lunch, which was pleasant if unremarkable and then regrouped (literally as some newcomers joined us and others left to go on a different excursion) for the trip to Coba.
Coba, which is about 45 minutes away, is huge and not as clear or easy to navigate as Tulum as the excavations are nowhere near as advanced as those at Tulum, but it does have ruins that can't be found at Tulum, so it is worth a visit. Unfortunately we travelled as a single group so our guide had to swap between English and Spanish and this part of the tour was a little disjointed. The climb up the pyramid is worth the effort (but coming back down is harder)
All in all, this is a great trip (and about half the price of those offered by UK tour operators or the hotels) and is worth the price overall.
Taken to distribution were it was absolute chaos being allocated a group and bus for the tour, 2 hours from pick up till the actual start of the tour. Was told we needed to hire a trike and driver as it was too far to walk, and would cost 120 pesos payable after we finished, then when we went to pay it cost 200 pesos. We were picked up from hotel lobby in the morning, but in the afternoon we were dropped off 10 blocks from hotel, shouldn't offer hotel pick and drop off if it is not going to be delivered.
They did an awesome job organizing the tour! They were on time picking us up from our hotel in Playa del Carmen. Our tour guide Lorenzo was very knowledgeable regarding the Mayan culture. He also made us aware of current events in Mexico. I loved his passion for his country and its culture. Wonderful tour, wonderful staff enjoyed the entire experience!